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eBook Peace Fire: Fragments from the Israel-Palestine Story ePub

by Ethan Casey,Paul Hilder

  • ISBN: 1853435708
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Ethan Casey,Paul Hilder
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Free Association Books (November 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 365
  • ePub book: 1525 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1372 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
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Ethan Casey, Paul Hilder. Peace Fire aligns the chronology of recent history with thoughtful analyses, some of which are passionate, others disinterested, and several of which have already been proven wrong

Ethan Casey, Paul Hilder. Peace Fire aligns the chronology of recent history with thoughtful analyses, some of which are passionate, others disinterested, and several of which have already been proven wrong. In the process it weaves together the intemperate opinions, anger, hatred and confusion of the crisis. It spreads out from personal experiences of tragedy, conflict and hope at the epicenter to touch on the alarming global ripple effects, with contributors ranging from those on both sides directly affected to expert observers from around the world.

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In this innovative book, the contributors offer individual perspectives on the deepening crisis in Israel-Palestine, thereby providing for the first time a. .

In this innovative book, the contributors offer individual perspectives on the deepening crisis in Israel-Palestine, thereby providing for the first time a ground-level understanding, from every angle, of the collapse of peace.

Ethan Casey is an American print and online journalist who has written or.

His first book, which he co-wrote with journalist Michael Betzold, was

These questions and more are answered in the remarkable book, Peace Fire: Fragments from the Israel Palestine Story. From the bulldozing of houses full of people in Jenin by Israeli soldiers to suicide bombings during Passover in Netanya, from the siege of the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem to the memorial vigil held by Palestinians for the victims of September 11, Peace Fire is a chronicle of over 100 essays by ordinary people that tell the story of how the. vicious circle of grief-anger violence has wreaked havoc for the past two years.

Casey's work has appeared in many periodicals, such as "The Guardian", the "Financial Times", "The Boston Globe", and "Geographical Magazine"

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Peace fire by Ethan Casey, Paul Hilder, 2002, Free Association Books in association with BlueEar. Together, let's build an Open Library for the World.

We often discuss Israel-Palestine with too little attention to the central role of.Gives a detailed description looking from the "other side" of the Israel-Palestine conflict.

We often discuss Israel-Palestine with too little attention to the central role of US policy. This book illustrates why such an omission is a terrible mistake. Steven Salaita, Author of The Holy Land in Transit: Colonialism and the Quest for Canaan. It is a must for every bookshelf on this topic. The detail, both verbal and numerical, is massive. Extensive references to back up the facts quoted.

Events in the Middle East have rushed forward so dizzyingly since mid-2000 that even close observers could be pardoned for losing track, not to mention hope. In this innovative book, the contributors offer individual perspectives on the deepening crisis in Israel-Palestine, thereby providing for the first time a ground-level understanding, from every angle, of the collapse of peace. Peace Fire aligns the chronology of recent history with thoughtful analyses, some of which are passionate, others disinterested, and several of which have already been proven wrong. In the process it weaves together the intemperate opinions, anger, hatred and confusion of the crisis. It spreads out from personal experiences of tragedy, conflict and hope at the epicenter to touch on the alarming global ripple effects, with contributors ranging from those on both sides directly affected to expert observers from around the world. This book is a collective diary of the Israel-Palestine conflict in its greatest crisis for 35 years. The recent maelstrom on the West Bank has dominated the world's newspapers but left people feeling powerless. This book shows what is driving the present crisis and whether there is a way out of the abyss.